Holy new additions Batman! It’s looks like ArcTanGent aren’t messing around when it comes to their festival additions this year! Amongst that list you have acts such as post/melodic hardcore act Defeater, mathcore geniuses in The Number Twelve Looks Like You, post rock crafters God Is An Astronaut and spoken word poet Listener amongst many others.
You can check out the full lineup above whilst listening to one of our favourite additions below!
For a melodic hardcore powerhouse of a start to an emotional rollercoaster of a finish, we got to see Hotel Books headline their first ever UK show in their career alongside Convictions, Healer and Defeatist! You can check out our photo gallery below.
It’s time to get hit with a lot of feelings. Hotel Books have announced a UK/EU tour with post hardcore group Convictions. With music that can touches the tip of your soul with its emotion and its melodic guitar tones, this will definitely be a tour for you to go to. Check out the dates below as well as listen to Hotel Books!
It’s time to get ready for a very emotional christmas! InVogue Records are bringing some of your favourite artists into a Christmas compilation, featuring such acts as Punchline, Hotel Books, Chase Huglin and September Stories. The album will be released on November 25th via a free/pay-what-you-want BandCamp, with the proceeds (up to new years day) going to http://www.jaycwsfund.org in honour of In Her Own Words vocalists’ brother. There are also 100 CD’s you can purchase HERE.You can check out the artwork and tracklist below!
1. In Her Own Words – Yule Shoot your eye out
2. Chase Huglin – Christmas Eve / Pierceton Queen
3. Hotel Books – Christmas Eve Until I Leave
4. JT Woodruff – Down Patton Hill (Christmas ’85)
5. Woven In Hiatus – Joy
6. Mark Rose – It Won’t Be Long Now
7. Convictions – Memories In The Attic
8. Mirror Eyes – Of All The Charlie Browns In The World, I’m The Charlie Browniest
9. Punchline – I Always See You In December
10. September Stories – Christmas ’12
11. Courage My Love – Last Christmas
A dark and atmospheric side of Century Media is coming through thanks to their newest signee Nicole Sabouné! A new single released, titled ‘Bleeding Faster‘, is slow and brooding with a underlining darkness flowing through the track from start to finish. Check it out below to hear for yourself!
Mirror Eyes have signed with Ohio based InVogue Records. Their debut album is scheduled for a 2017 release.
You can stream the band’s single Hold Your Breath now on YouTube.
“We had the pleasure of working with Ace Enders on this single and couldn’t be more stoked about it! With all of us growing up in different states and having different influences, I think this track does a really good job of blending each of our individual sounds into one hell of a solid jam. I think I can speak for all of us in saying that we’re so excited and grateful to be part of the IVR family. We’ve been working hard to get to this place and it’s still just the beginning!” – Jessica Coppens (vocalist)
Mirror Eyes is scheduled to perform at the fall edition of So What Music Festival in Dallas, TX this Saturday, October 22 at Three Links. Tickets available here.
The band is also playing with Metro Station and Palaye Royale at The New Vintage in Louisville, KY on November 9 and with Assuming We Survive and Avion Roe at Rocketown in Nashville, TN on December 1.
It wouldn’t be a winter USA tour if the poster didn’t have Christmas imagery! I Prevail have announced that they will be doing a headliner tour with Sleepwave, Hotel Books and Bad Seed Rising to help give you an early christmas present to get your friends. You can check out the dates below whilst also listening to some I Prevail!
Spoken word songs have some of the most strongest emotional lyrics behind them with the instrumentation helping illustrate that. That can certainly be said for September Stories and their latest music video for ‘I’d Give Anything To Feel Something‘. Check it out below and if you enjoy, make sure to check out their EP ‘Unopened Letter‘ that this song is featured on.